Saturday, May 14, 2011


Panel passes Akaka Bill
A measure extending federal recognition to native Hawaiians advances in the Senate
POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Apr 08, 2011

A companion bill has been introduced in the House.


 Hal Kahikina: Claimed to be Sen. Akaka's nephew. Would run into him in my travels, liked to talk and ask questions.
Little did I know.

1. Hal Kahikina, age 63
Harold Kahikina
Harold Kahikini

Has lived in

South San Francisco, CA
Apo, AP
Wahiawa, HI
Honolulu, HI


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